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pomace

the residue of fruits after juice is extracted and contains skins, pips and stalks; refers usually to grapes. Used as animal feed but useful only if dried. Called also pulp, marc.
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Tom, from Sauchie, in Clackmannanshire, introduced the animal to beer after he began supplementing his diet with draff, the extracts left over from the brewing process.
Preventive Services Task Force is continuing to recommend routine mammograms every 2 years for women starting at age 50 years, according to newly released draff screening recommendations for breast cancer.
In fact, a draff version of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Master Plan--the document that guides long-term airport growth--predicts enplaned international passenger traffic will be the fastest-growing segment of all passenger air travel over the next fifteen years; increasing at nearly triple the rate of all other passenger types.
The pot ale and draff could be converted into biofuel as a direct substitute for fossil-derived fuel, which would reduce oil consumption and CO2 emissions while also providing energy security - particularly in the rural and remote homelands of the whisky industry.
6 million for building a bioenergy plant that will recycle draff and reuse it for generating energy.
And it would be the first time a "green" biomass plant has ever used byproducts such as draff - the leftover grain after fermentation - and pot ale, which are normally sold for cattle feed.
We have Highland cattle to eat the draff ( the solid residue of the grain left after fermentation ( we have some sheep and we're looking at having some pigs.
A barge with a draff of nineteen feet would need approximately twenty-five feet of water for safe passage.
The accident happened as a 30-ton articulated tipper truck was taking the mashed oats, known as draff, from a distillery where it had been used in the whisky- making process.
Islay has a unique environment and the cattle are fed on draff - a distillery by- product that must give the cheese more of a lift.
The number of buses is bound to diminish as the dispute draffs on," said Mr.